This TV video from England says about itself:
Grenfell Tower Survivor Who Sat GCSE Hours After Blaze Reveals Her Results | This Morning
16-year-old Ines Alves surprised everyone by sitting her chemistry GCSE exam only hours after escaping the Grenfell Tower fire. But how did she manage to do?
Broadcast on 24/08/2018.
By Steve Sweeney in Britain:
Emergency relief dwarfs Grenfell refurb
Saturday 26th August 2017
Hotel bills and expenses for survivors top £6m
More than £4.2m has been paid for emergency accommodation for hundreds of displaced people since fire consumed the west London tower block in June, killing 80 people.
However, Labour MP Emma Dent Coad pointed out that the huge financial and human cost of the disaster dwarfed the “small” savings that were made when Grenfell was refurbished on the cheap.
She said the cash could have been spent on buying houses for survivors. With the amount spent since the tragedy being almost double the cost of Grenfell’s cladding, Ms Dent Coad urged the council to “rethink” its priorities.
On Wednesday, leading councillors approved a £76m package to rehouse survivors, including £40m for homes from private social housing providers and £20m for new homes on the housing market.
Ms Campbell pledged to rehouse every single survivor and said that more than 100 homes had already been bought.
However, former Grenfell resident Ferhad Barakat said the offer was “insulting” and “seemed intent on cheating leaseholders of their home.
“It is impossible to find a property for the same amount you are offering in the area,” he said, while Tiago Alves [brother of Ines Alves] called it a “slap in the face.”
Ms Dent Coad said: “The council for many years has been involved in ‘spend to save’ exercises, which have always gone wrong. This looks more like ‘save to spend.’
“The small amount that they saved on the cladding system — if indeed they did — has cost lives and so far nearly £7m, and it will cost a lot more.
“For £4m, we could have bought people homes off the market, surely.”